Chester Marcol is the greatest kicker of all time.



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Welcome to Wikipedia:WikiProject Wisconsin! I live near Chilton. I haven't forgotten the kicker either! I don't remember any other kicker rushing for a TD! Royalbroil T : C 06:58, 27 January 2007 (UTC)

Manitowoc ReversionEdit

I reverted your removal of a vandalized picture of downtown. It turns out a vandal uploaded a bad image over the top of an image that I had uploaded. I reverted the image and undid your image removal. I guess you should have checked out the image first this time. Anyhow, I have never seen this type of vandalism before. Thanks for watching for the vandalism! Royalbroil T : C 06:17, 8 February 2007 (UTC)

Also, I see that you renamed the article Branch Blaze. I wonder how notable a baseball team from Branch could be. Is that a rec team? They should be at least semi-pro or they should be deleted. I could see writing an article on the unincorporated village of Branch, but not its rec baseball team. Royalbroil T : C 06:23, 8 February 2007 (UTC)

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I echo what Rettetast said. I've been going through CAT:CSD tonight and have deleted several pages that you tagged. Great job! --BigDT 06:22, 10 February 2007 (UTC)


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David "Slava" AxeEdit

I didn't create the article, and it was already being speedy deleted.... what's the harm? Juppiter 04:49, 14 February 2007 (UTC)

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Arcade creek projectEdit

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Martin Luther editEdit

Thanks for catching my screw-up. I was just undoing my mistake when you caught it.

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Steven AveryEdit

Why did you remove the information by on the Steven Avery article? That statement was true! Tom70 00:45, 19 March 2007 (UTC)

Jimmy Wales really diedEdit

look it up —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Sadasdas (talkcontribs) 00:13, 20 March 2007 (UTC).

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Hi. You recently tagged this article for speedy deletion under A7 - notability not asserted. As the article does assert notability (although it doesn't source it), I have removed the speedy tag. If you still think this article should be deleted, please consider proposed deletion or the articles for deletion process. Thanks! Natalie 20:45, 1 April 2007 (UTC)

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Hi, ChesterMarcol. Re your question on the Ref Desk about telegram "stop"s, it really interests and intrigues me that you thought they occurred at random times. I'd love to know more about your educational background - seriously.

I should explain. I went to primary school in the mid 50s to early 60s (I'm 56 now), and it was instinctive to my generation that the "stops" corresponded with periods (we still call them "full stops" in Australia), and marked the end of a sentence. When I was at school, I never heard of anyone having any problem understanding this, but I don't recall it ever being explicitly taught; it was just, well, obvious. However, my opinion of primary and secondary education has been steadily diminishing over the years, as I see more and more highly intelligent people having all kinds of what I would have thought were basic problems, the sorts of things that in my opinion should be taught at a young age (but obviously aren't any longer). And I see them demonstrating only a rudimentary knowledge of the basic building blocks of written language, what with run-on sentences, comma splices, total lack of capitalisation, horrendous spelling, and a host of other problems. I hasten to add that nothing like that was evident in your question. I'm trying to do some work in the educational field, helping teenagers and young adults with these sorts of issues. Hence this message. Hope to hear from you soon. Cheers -- JackofOz 13:41, 16 April 2007 (UTC)

Thanks, CM. You're obviously in "a class of your own" :). It seems not all is lost, when a young person like you can write a paragraph or two that equal my own lofty standards. I hope you enjoy your experience with Wikipedia. I'm here for the long haul. Cheers -- JackofOz 22:19, 16 April 2007 (UTC)


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Edit to Brewers rosterEdit

Hi ... I see you deleted Greg Aquino from the Brewers roster page (and proudly so ... lol) and moved Spurling from the extended roster to the active roster. Aquino really should have been moved to the extended roster since he's still on their 40-man roster. Accordingly, I've put his name back on the page, but thought I'd leave you a note of explanation and for future reference. Thanks for your contributions. --Sanfranman59 08:17, 22 April 2007 (UTC)

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High School picEdit

I have replied on my talk page. I think you're wrong and I have proof. Both pictures were taken of the same school on Mirro Drive. Royalbroil 02:19, 22 April 2009 (UTC)


Thank you for doing that! I hadn't realized there were two "Two Rivers" in WI and just put that section in the first article I came upon. PBP (talk) 22:47, 5 December 2009 (UTC)

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